“If we have no
business with the construction of the future or with organizing it for
all time, there can still be no doubt about the task confronting us at
present: the ruthless criticism of the existing order, ruthless in that
it will shrink neither from its own discoveries, nor from conflict with
the powers that be.” — Karl Marx
Love and the bourgeois family
Scene of happiness, psychological terror and mass murder
Women in capitalism
Legally equal, morally respected, badly treated
On the plight of the gays
And the topic of “sexuality and rule” today
New help for the worker “for the maintenance and for the propagation of his race”
What's going on when “workaholism” is rampant?
News from the market economy
Law and morality before the ultimate questions
Abortion, test tube babies, euthanasia
Family happiness in theory and practice
Problems with the youth?
Slackers and hooligans, preppies and punks, ravers and squatters, stoners and normies
Consumption, capital and consumer criticism
Calls to limit needs within a system that leaves needs unmet
Letter: Consumption and consumer power
Does the “economy” serve the consumer, or the other way around?
Enthusiastic renunciation – with a difference
[Audio] Consumption and consumerism in capitalism:
Myths and reality
A blessing or an evil? Or neither?
On the Christian faith
Christmas fund-raising drives
A genre picture of bourgeois class society
Morality and its values – worthless!
Hard work – frugality – modesty – honesty – altruism – politeness
The fascination of evil
What is morality?
The world suffers by no means from not enough morality; rather it already has too much of it
“I am happy because ...”
The search for the point of view from which one doesn't see how destitute one is
Criticism of morality
There are no higher values that unite exploiters and exploited!
Prominent men fuck no-name women
What does the law say?
Could you explain what you mean by truth, science, reason,
rationality, & objectivity in the criticism of morality?
Questions from a reader
Art in capitalism
Exhibitionistic acts of freedom –